About Happy Life is a blog about Happiness, Mindfulness and Mental Health.

Alex Perez is the content creator of About Happy Life.

He is a professional mental health writer and mental health advocate.

He’s always on the lookout for innovative ideas and new article proposals.

The Categories on AboutHappyLife

Happiness: Writing about the quest for happiness. What is the meaning of life? How to live a happy life? We explore a wide variety of topics like minimalism, downsizing, decluttering, diets, veganism, teetotalism, fasting, frugalism, living off-the-grid, stoicism, epicurism, existentialism, asceticism, and neo-Luddism.

Mindfulness: Learning to get in touch with your body, your thoughts, and your emotions. Learn to know yourself. Topics that fall under this category include different ways to practice mindfulness: yoga, meditation, gratitude, and much more.

Mental Health: Bringing mental health awareness by educating people on topics like anxiety, stress, depression, phobia, insomnia, and much more.

Team of Health Professionals

In order to comply with Google’s quality Standards for Search, more specifically with the EAT- “Expertise, Authoritativeness, Trustworthiness” and YMYL- “Your Money or Your Life” rules, all the articles that fall under the mental health category will be reviewed by a team of health professionals.

Michel Fritzson, MPH, MD

Dr. Michel Fritzson
Michel Fritzson, MD

Dr. Michel Fritzson is a Public Health Physician from New York, hired currently by the Public Health Audiovisual
Documenter (PhaDoc) as the chief executive director. He is a professional member of the
Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) and serves as the Alumni Outreach Coordinator
at the NSLS Capella chapter executive eboard. With many years of research and writing
experience, Dr. Michel Fritzson wishes to be known as a public health educator and researcher.

Nancy Diaz, MSW

Nancy Diaz mental health counselor, msc
Nancy Diaz, MSW

Nancy Diaz is a mental health counselor and the founder of Global Citizen Therapy, a private practice that provides culturally sensitive services for women of color who are daughters of immigrants. Nancy has a master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University in the U.S. and uses a holistic approach with her clients. Nancy specializes in helping clients struggling with anxiety, depression, and trauma (including racial, historical, and spiritual trauma). Nancy also has training in helping clients with identity formation and often works with expats, third culture kids, biracial, or multicultural women of color who struggle with their place in the world. Nancy is natively fluent in English and Spanish. Nancy founded Global Citizen Therapy so that daughters of immigrants could access specialized care from a mental health professional that is also a proud woman of color.

Purpose of this website

The primary goal of this website to be able to share my blog posts with as many people as possible and help them overcome adversity understand their emotions, and hopefully find the path to a happier, more fulfilling life. I have faith that sharing my experiences and what I learned over time can make a difference!

Although, if this content helps one person today, it would already make my day.

Thanks for reading,

Alex Perez